Features, Opinion & Analysis

8 hours ago | October 22, 2021

Transporters must adopt required pre-clearance processes at border

Nick Mangwana It’s just over a week since the new Beitbridge Border Post freight terminal has been opened to the public ...

Palestinians committed no crime, but are in the dock

Gibson Nyikadzino Correspondent Those conversant with Middle-Eastern religious history are alive to the view that the ...

EDITORIAL COMMENT: New Covid taskforce has its work cut out

The expanded and upgraded national taskforce tackling Covid-19 in Zimbabwe is moving swiftly, holding its first meeting ...

Let Commonwealth live forever says President

The Herald, October 22, 1991 “LET the Commonwealth live and live forever”, with these words, the chairman of the ...

Denying sanctions now a discredited position

Lovemore Chikova Development Dialogue All is primed for the observation of the Anti-Sanctions Solidarity Day which was ...

Sanctions affect Zim’s fight against Covid-19

Julius Chadeba Correspondent In the early 2000s, Zimbabwe embarked on the fast-track Land Reform Programme. This move ...

1 day ago | October 21, 2021

Editorial Comment: MDC-A needs to grow up if it wants to be electable

It is difficult to understand the MDC-A’s continuous pressure to have the financial sanctions against Zimbabwe ...

Land: The true mark of independence

Land lies at the heart of social, political and economic life in Africa.

MDC Alliance getting hot under the collar over UN rapporteur’s visit

Since the news of the United Nations (UN) special rapporteur, Ms Alena Douhan’s visit to Zimbabwe was broken, the MDC ...

CUT’s milk parlour to boost, diversify dairy production

THE commissioning of the Chinhoyi University of Technology’s multi-million dollar milking parlour is set to help ...

2 days ago | October 20, 2021

EDITORIAL COMMENT: Time ripe for abolition of death penalty

Last week, on World Day Against the Death Penalty, there was a new attempt to build a religious and civil coalition for ...

‘Dr Ziki’ caps illustrious farming career with PhD

Conrad Mupesa Mashonaland West Bureau For Tinashe Ziki (51), to be conferred with an Honorary Philosophy Doctorate in ...

Rural women empowerment: Key element in building Covid-19 resilience

Features Correspondent It is said when you empower women, you empower the whole community. Our second year of the global ...

New look unveiled for 1980 Trade Fair

The Herald, October 20, 1979 A NEW logo and a new name have been introduced for the annual trade fair which is now ...

Cabinet adopts WASH proposals

The Vice President and Minister of Health and Child Care,  Honourable Dr CGDN Chiwenga updated Cabinet on the country’s ...